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  • Writer's pictureKRISHNENDU KUNDU

Doors Open for the APAI Pre-Counselling Fair in 2024

News Desk, News Nation 360 : Recently, the Association of Professional Academic Institutions, West Bengal (APAI) officially opened the 'APAI Pre-Counselling Fair 2024,' a three-day Pre-Counselling for e-Admission in Engineering & Technical Education in Kolkata. Prominent dignitaries such as Bratya Basu, MIC, Dept. of Education, Govt. of WB; Prof. Bhaskar Gupta, Vice Chancellor, Jadavpur University; Dr. Dibyendu Kar, Registrar, WBJEEB; Prof. Sonali Chakravarti Banerjee, Chairperson, WBJEEB; Sardar Taranjit Singh, President, APAI, WB; Satyam Roychowdhury, General Secretary, APAI, WB; and Alok Tibrewal, Treasurer, APAI, WB were present at the inaugural event. The APAI Pre-

Counselling Fair is a highly regarded event supported by the government and universities in West Bengal. It aims to guide students towards successful careers by providing a platform for them to explore various educational opportunities at renowned academic institutions. Students can directly interact with representatives from these institutions to learn about admission procedures, course details, and scholarship options. This allows students to make informed decisions about their future education. This year, the fair will also recognize the top performers in the WBJEEEB exam. Sardar Taranjit Singh, President, APAI, WB, stated that at APAI, they consider education to be the primary driver of advancement and creativity. The Pre-Counselling Fair is a manifestation of their dedication to assisting West Bengali youth in navigating a prosperous future. Their goal is to establish a vibrant environment where leading academic institutions, business leaders, and ambitious learners come together under one roof to exchange knowledge and opportunities. Their goal is to make sure that every student has access to the tools and direction they require to reach their greatest potential and make wise decisions.


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